Pharrell Williams, US singer, has described ‘Water and Garri’, an upcoming extended play (EP) by Tiwa Savage, as a “classic” project.

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In a video shared on her Instagram page, Williams could be heard sharing his thought about the body of work.

The Grammy-winning artist, who seemed to have listened to the EP, opined that they’re not commercial songs but classics.

“Anybody that doesn’t get that shouldn’t be listening to music. You’re right, it’s not a commercial song, but that’s a classic,” the renowned producer said.

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“And be clear that it’s okay to have a classic. That right there, that’s like boat music, that’s like barbeque music, that’s like self-reflection music.”

 

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The 41-year-old songstress, who appeared elated, noted that she had been skeptical about the acceptance of the music, since it is not commercial.

In a terse note that accompanied the video, the ‘Dangerous Love’ crooner said she is delighted to have the rapper’s view on the body of work. She added that she now needs to pick a date for it release.

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“Had @pharrell listen to my EP ‘Water and Garri’. I made music for the soul and one of my favs just confirmed it. I need a date to drop this,” she wrote.

Tiwa had on August 2020 released ‘Celia’, a 13-track project, which featured top music stars including Davido, Naira Marley, Sam Smith, Stefflon Don, Hamzaa and Dice Ailes.



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